Boy, 15, admits murdering Khayri Mclean after teen stabbed to death outside of school in 'planned attack' | The Sun

A BOY, 15, has pleaded guilty to the murder of Khayri Mclean after he launched a "planned attack" last year.

The teenager, who can't be named for legal reason, stabbed Khayri outside a school in Huddersfield.

Appearing at Leeds Crown Court today, he pleaded guilty.

His co-defendant, 17, denied murder and is expected to stand trial.

It's understood the 17-year-old took part in the attack on Khayri and had a knife on him.

Prosecuting, Jonathan Sandiford and George Hazel-Owram told the court the fatal attack was "not spontaneous but planned".

The court heard: "Although this defendant did not strike the fatal blow, the Crown says he is guilty of murder because he and [the 15-year-old] acted together to attack Khayri Mclean with knives and their intention in doing so must have been to kill him or at least to cause him GBH – which is sufficient for murder."

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